HRExaminer Watchlist: Intelligent Overlay Rooted in Assessment: IBM

IBM supplies AI as a commodity. They are deploying a talent framework that serves as the foundation of HR intelligence. They provide industry benchmarks across 3,000+ job profiles and 2,000+ associated skills that have been developed over 30 years and can be personalized and curated with Watson

HRExaminer Watchlist: Intelligent Overlay Rooted in Mapping: Google

Google is building a comprehensive talent framework based on resume and job data supplemented with actual site investigations of the things people actually do. It is analogous to their mapping project and being pursued with the same intensity. They are the HR AI platform rooted in search.

HRExaminer Announces 2019 Watchlist: Most Interesting AI Companies in HR Technology

LAS VEGAS (September 11, 2018) – Today, at the opening of the HR Technology Conference & Exposition®, HRExaminer unveiled its 2019 Watchlist of the most interesting AI vendors in HR Technology.

Discussion About NAVIGATING THE MAZE: The 2019 Index of Intelligent Technology in HR

The 2019 Index of Intelligent Technology in HR is a guide for buyers of intelligent tools in HR Technology. The goal of this post is to introduce you to the new report and provide a nexus for reviews, commentaries, and debates about our findings.

Preparing for the Change or Machines Have Bad H(AI)R Days.

On March 12, 2018, in AI, HRExaminer, John Sumser, by John Sumser
“The PWC paper mentions ‘learning mishaps.’ A ‘learning mishap’ occurs when the machine doesn’t have all of the information but gives a recommendation or makes a decision nonetheless.” - John Sumser

Good Enough Technology

On March 8, 2018, in AI, HRExaminer, John Sumser, by John Sumser
There’s always a new kid on the block in HR Tech. Where do valuable tools with less exciting technology fit in? John Sumser spoke recently with Michael DesRochers, Founder of PoliteMail, a useful email analytics service based on the entrenched platform of Outlook email.

Why Aren’t We Asking These Questions in HR?

The relationship between our people and their technology is reshaping the way that work gets done. What questions should we ask to uncover what these changes mean to our organization?